Umm, duh. I had to say it. Season 8 is the planned ending of the epic drama Game of Thrones and more than 700 major deaths have occurred already. Plus, Dany is returning to Westeros. She’ll be finally introduced to her nephew Jon Snow and a whole lot of plot holes need filling. That usually means killing−referring to the Red Wedding and last season’s finale.

The show best known for its showcase of nude bodies and blood, will be closing and under the pen of George R. R. Martin that usually means killing. FYI, the season premiere of 7 will be on July 16 on HBO. The eastcoast time is usually 9 pm and the westcoast time is 6pm. Our recommendation is you get the app and stream it. Who has time for premiere times anymore?

You may be asking, “Why are you talking about season 8, season 7 hasn’t even premiered.”

That’s because rumors are spreading that season 7 will leave on a major cliffhanger. There is a planned major death in the north. Against the White Walkers perhaps?

Plus, when Daenarys lands her dragons on the shores of Westoros, the dynamics of the show will completely change, “Dany in Westeros makes Game of Thrones a new show. It has this amazing ripple effect throughout every storyline that’s very exciting to explore. There’s a pace and urgency that’s very palpable. This is the endgame,” said writer and producer Bryan Cogman.

This upcoming season will also see blood (shocking). It will showcase blood and fire. So much fire−in fact−one scene in the epic drama is slated to be in the Guinness Book of World Records for the most people set ablaze for a scene. For the article visit here:

Although, most of us already knew there’s be gore in the final two seasons of Game of Thrones, this latest revelation just has us stirring for the July premiere. No word on when season 8 will premiere, however, we’ve got to make it through season 7 first. So get ready for dragons and carnage. It’s been promised.


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